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by Contributor on Thursday Nov 03 2011

Changes to the BC Arts Council board will result in the loss of a unique rural perspective, and will lessen the BC Arts Council’s ability to meet the needs of arts organization and artists in rural B.C., says Columbia River–Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald.

The decision of the BC Arts Council not to renew the board appointment of Bill Usher of Golden — and instead replace...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Nov 02 2011

It’s a local diet of another sort.

Tea Preville is cataloguing a huge body of work to publish a guidebook in 2012 and seeks community input to ensure all active spiritual locations are acknowledged. 


by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 01 2011

Thirteen-year-old Kyra Burkart explored her local watershed recently and got a closer look at Anderson Creek near Nelson.

She joined other Grade 8 students from Trafalgar Middle School who participated in Know Your Watershed, a Columbia Basin Trust water-stewardship initiative.

Kyra and the rest of the students did water quality testing and...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Oct 30 2011

Are you a descendant of a British child immigrant? Is there a ‘home child’ in your family background? How would you know?

Join historian and author Art Joyce Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 pm at Touchstones Nelson, Shawn Lamb Archives for his presentation Laying the Children’s Ghosts to Rest: Honouring Canada’s Child Immigrants.

Between 1869 and 1939, 100,000 children were...

by Contributor on Friday Oct 28 2011

The popular Book Babies storytime is back and begins on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at the Nelson Public Library. 

This 20-minute program is designed for parents and infants from birth to pre-walkers.  Book Babies introduces your little one to songs, rhymes, stories, lullabies and tickles.


by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 27 2011

Hallowe'en is a time when kids and even adults dress up to play a part. 

And this Hallowe'en night, Oct. 31, marks the start of a six-week playwriting course at Nelson's Oxygen Art Centre, where students will develop their skills at creating character, dialogue and plot while crafting a half-hour play.

The course, taught by Cassie Beecham,...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Oct 26 2011

Nelson’s Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History is opening its doors and waiving admissions from Wednesday, Nov. 8 to Sunday, Nov. 13 in an effort to help area residents learn more about the Columbia River Treaty (CRT) and how it relates to local dams, reservoirs and lake levels.

Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is hosting a display at the museum as part of its...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Oct 25 2011

A very special event is planned for the Kootenay Shambhala Centre Monday, Oct 31. 

Open house is presenting Acharya Eve Rosenthal from Halifax, NS. 

Acharya Rosenthal will be giving a talk entitled "Riding the Edge of Wakefulness."  Everyone is invited to come. Open house is from 7-9 p.m. with tea after.  


by Trail Champion editor on Monday Oct 24 2011

The next big project for the KBRH Health Foundation is underway as support builds for the purchase of digital mammogram equipment for Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital.

The 11 health care auxiliaries of the Kootenay Boundary — the KBRH Health Foundation — gathered Sept. 16 at the Prestige Mountain Resort in Rossland for their annual general meeting and announced...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Oct 23 2011

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 3:30 p.m. for a Halloween program you won’t forget.

Scary tales (and some not so scary) ghostly jokes and riddles like “What do ghosts serve for dessert? (I scream),” spooky songs and more. Did you know the largest pumpkin pie ever made was 2,020...